Celeste Loves History

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Included in this are compiled quotes from each candidate about eight main issues affecting the nation (foreign policy, gun control, health care, education, immigration, taxes, environment, and crime and safety). Included is also a graphic organizer
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This Jamestown WebQuest will take students to two specific websites. The first website provides background on the colony, the problems the colony had, etc. The second website focuses on Pocahontas. This website tells the real story of Pocahontas
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Students will debate if the second amendment should be changed and if gun control laws should be tightened. Included in this packet are a debate outline, debate rubric, several websites for research purposes, and a section to take notes for the
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After learning about Pearl Harbor in class, students will read an article about Japanese Internment Camps and watch a video (apx. 10 minutes) released by the U.S. Government about these camps. Students will fill out a pros/cons chart about these
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This is a simple graphic organizer to help students understand the French and Indian War. Use this along with your lessons to help keep students on track!
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This activity will allow students to determine if Andrew Jackson was a common man/hero or a villain that should be removed from the $20 bill. After students learn about Jackson's presidency in class, they will read the attached article from
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Use these speeches written specifically for students to help them assess who they would vote for in the 2016 election. The speeches focus on four main (student approved) issues: foreign policy, immigration, education, and the environment. Two
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This debate will walk students through the drama that occurred before the Constitution was ratified. Students will debate if the Constitution should have been ratified and will take the stance of either a federalist or anti-federalist. Students
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Included in this is a class debate with two main debate topics regarding the loyalists and patriots during the time of the Revolutionary War. No research materials are included, as this is to be used as an assessment after learning about the
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Students will take this quiz to determine if they align more with Democrats or Republicans. Students who choose more 1's align more with Democrats. Students who choose more 2's align more with Republicans. In order to not influence students as to
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This Thirteen Colonies WebQuest will take students to a specific website. The site will give background information on the formation of the thirteen colonies along with other important information. This WebQuest will be a lot of fun for your
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This class debate will guide students through a controversial topic in our country, the death penalty. Students will write an introduction, work on two debate topics, and finally write a concluding statement for their debate. Included in this packet
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Students will take a short quiz to see if they would have been a loyalist or patriot during the time of the Revolutionary War. Afterward, students will make inferences about what the loyalists believed in and what the patriots believed in based on
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This debate will walk students through the two plans that contributed to The Great Compromise. Students will debate two specific topics related to each plan. Included in this packet are the debate guidelines, a rubric for scoring the debate,
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This includes a relatively simple New Deal Poster Project with the rubric also attached. Perfect for an assessment after learning about The Great Depression.
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This project allows students to experiment with Yellow Journalism, popular during the Spanish-American War. Students choose one event related to the Spanish-American War, research the event, and create a newspaper related to that event in the style
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6th, 7th, 8th
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This roaring twenties webquest will explore a seven major areas: prohibition, fashion, jazz music, automobiles, society, and literature. This was a very exciting time in our history, and your students will love learning about it through this
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This worksheet helps students practice the difference between adjectives and adverbs. This worksheet focuses specifically on words that end in "ly", to show students that sometimes adjectives end in "ly" too.
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This activity corresponds with both social studies/history and language arts and can be used as a cross curricular lesson! This lesson is designed to get students thinking about what is a fact and what is an opinion. Included is a graphic
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Students will learn how to support a claim (opinion) using relevant details and facts. A full lesson plan is included to help guide you through this. This is also a great lesson to leave for a sub! Students will read a short article on year round
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching for seven years. I am certified to teach K-6, Middle Level (7-9) Language Arts, and Middle Level (7-9) History. I have spent the last four years teaching middle school, most recently teaching U.S. History.

MY TEACHING STYLE

My goal is to engage students from the moment they walk into my classroom until the moment they leave. History has always been one of my passions, and I believe if it is taught in the proper way, it will come to life for my students. I enjoyed inquiry based learning and a student centered classroom. I engage students in a variety of ways, but specifically aim to reach students using Gardeners Multiple Intelligences as my guide.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

M.S. Elementary Education, B.A. Political Science, B.A. English, additional certifications in Middle Level Language Arts and Middle Level History.

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